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ÓSTÁN LOCH ALTAN - Hotel Loch Altan and SULT Spa
Óstán Loch Altan, situated in Gortahork, North West Donegal, is a 39 en-suite bedroom hotel. It is named after Loch Altan, a lake situated at the foot of the northern slopes of nearby Mount Errigal. Gort a'Choirce, meaning field of oats, is in the heart of the Donegal Gaeltacht. The Wild Atlantic Way passes just outside our front door.
Óstán Loch Altan has built up an excellent reputation for the quality of its food. The A La Carte and dinner menus in the SONAS Restaurant always include a seasonal selection of fresh local produce with Atlantic fresh fish dishes a speciality. Head chef, Lorraine Duggan,looks forward to welcoming you to the SONAS restaurant where you will be treated to a delightful dining experience by restaurant manager Bernie Boyle and her friendly and efficient staff.
The bar of the hotel is known as Teach Pháidin. Here, at the end of the day you may join the ceol, caint agus craic. Alternatively you can soak up the relaxing atmosphere of the hotel lounge.
Óstán Loch Altan has a large function suite, 400 seating capacity and is a popular venue for weddings, concerts, shows etc. The hotel is also a popular choice for residential courses. There is ample space for parking with a public car park in front and to the side and back of the Hotel. Free wifi is available to all our guests in both foyer area and bedrooms.
The hotel is also near the Tory Island ferry and Glenveagh National Park.
Tá Óstán Loch Altan suite i sráidbhaile Ghort a' Choirce i gceartlár Ghaeltacht Thír Chonaill idir an fharraige ar thaobh amháin agus faoi scáth an Eargail agus na Mucaise ar an taobh eile. Faigheann sé a ainm ó loch beag álainn atá neadaithe ag bun an Eargail, an sliabh is airde i dTír Chonaill. Sa cheantar seo is í an Ghaeilge gnáth-theanga labhartha na ndaoine - ceantar ina bhfuil ceol, amhráin agus damhsaí traidisiúnta á gcleachtadh go nádúrtha ann.
Tugtar tús áite don Ghaeilge san óstán i gcónaí ach is cuma cén teanga a labhraíonn na haíonna agus na cuairteoirí cuirfidh foireann an óstáin fáilte faoi leith rompu go léir. Cuirtear béim an-láidir fosta ar gach gné den chultúr Gaelach idir sheanchas, cheol, amhranaíocht agus dhamhsa.
The Way Atlantic Way is Ireland’s first long-distance and worlds longest touring route stretching from Malin Head in Donegal to Kinsale in Co. Cork. www.wildatlanticway.com